This code, I was told, indicates failure of the ebcm electronic brake control module of the abs system. The road was dry and it was day time. If another shop is charging half that or less, you can bet they aren't putting the same time in, and you can expect your module either not to work at all or not last as it should. Did you complete the replacement? Tighten Tighten the nut to 9 N·m 79 lb in. There may also be a loss of communication with the brake module.
Install the ground, then the washer and then the bolt to the frame. Does anyone have ideas of how to continue on this? Took vehicle to both independent mechanic and gm dealership mechanic and both confirmed an odb ii trouble code of c0265 had been generated. Torque the nut to 79 in. Our service is 100% guaranteed or your money back. I feel your pain on this one. Connect a test light between the battery positive voltage circuit and a good ground.
If the pedal begins to feel soft or spongy, park the vehicle and manually bleed the brakes again. I just got the code read. I cleaned all the ground points under the truck and it did not help. The labor to replace these parts is extensive. Again - I thought that fixed it because I did two drives without any lights.
Check out this Web page and search Google more about this. If resistance is not 0. I having alot of experience in larger brake systems. I had trouble finding it. Tighten Tighten the nut to 9 N·m 79 lb in. Install a washer and nut to the back side of the frame.
The code that was on it at the time was C0265, but all the others were in memory. Install the bolt, ground connection eyelet and star washer on one side of the rail and the other star washer and nut on the other side. . Apparently, this problem is well-known to gm and it has issued several technical service bulletins on the problem, but no recalls. Gene Check the ground connection at the front left side of the frame,behind the bumper area,this is the battery to frame ground. When you receive your rebuilt unit back from us, you will notice that each solenoid has been numbered.
I did the prescribed repair and it only lasted a short time before the lights come back on. Please see our removal instructions, if you are not sure how to remove it or take it your local body shop. The only codes with any suggestions to them want you to check the 10 pin and 2 pin connectors, which I'm assuming the 2 pin connector is the one located on top of the shock mount and connects the wiring harnes to the lead that goes to the sensor in the front wheel hub. Check the ground connection at the front left side of the frame,behind the bumper area,this is the battery to frame ground. Most of the time the pump is good and the abs module needs to be rebuilt, unless you are getting code C0268 and have already tried the steps above.
I took the air box out so I could get a good look and get at it. And go threw the repair flow chart for that code. Last week the abs light came on. Have that bolt that holds that ground on removed, cleaned and re-installed. The entire unit must be disassembled.
Does the test lamp illuminate? Figured it was the ground when I had to give a guy at work a jump start and couldn't draw enough power through the frame, had to use the negative on the battery. Only proper testing will tell what the problem is. Now here is why I have not fixed mine yet, the module is on a rail under the bed and there is about zero access to get to the top fasteners. . Replacing the relay will solve either problem. I've cleaned and reinstalled the three grounds I could find along the frame with no luck.
Install the ground, then the washer and then the bolt to the frame. Vehicle would not stop despite hard pressure on the brake pedal and ran through intersection almost colliding with another vehicle. Can you tell me what these codes mean? Upon turning the ignition off and restarting, both the abs and brake failure warning lights cleared and were no longer illuminated. Connect a test lamp between the battery positive voltage circuit and a good ground. This tells me the wiring from there down to the sensor is ok. Clean the area, front and back, using a Whiz Wheel®.